Air Incheon (KJ, Seoul Incheon) has signed an agreement with Air Transport Services Group covering one B767-300(F) converted freighter with an option for a second.

ATSG said in a statement the contract would be undertaken by its Ireland-based ATSG West Leasing Limited subsidiary with a March 31, 2018, start date. The second optioned aircraft will arrive later in 2018.

Air Incheon currently operates two B737-400(SF)s from its base at Seoul Incheon. A third aircraft of the type, msn 25857, is currently undergoing passenger-to-freighter conversion via a contract with PEMCO, a division of ATSG’s Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services (AMES) subsidiary. The Korean operator is also due at least three B737-800 converted freighters from Spectre Air Capital the first of which, msn 30498, is undergoing conversion with Israel Aerospace Industries.

“Adding the 767-300 to our fleet means we can offer our customers more options for reliable, economical air lift throughout our growing network," YK Park, president and founder of Air Incheon, said.